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June 06, 2013, 03:23:56 AM
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^Well that lasted all of 0 posts... Smiley

You'd think with the kind of semi advanced intelligence, bitcoin mining takes people would be able to comprehend that quoting 3 pictures to make a two word comment is retarded.

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June 06, 2013, 08:36:09 AM
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Looking to review Bitcoin / Crypto mining Hardware.
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June 06, 2013, 09:34:29 AM
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I'm giddy as a schoolboy. Just got all my USB Block Erupters set up and hashing. Just had to share this here.





You have a amazing setup, I'm very jealous.
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June 06, 2013, 09:34:45 AM
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Well, I feel underwhelmed as folks here are showing off ASICS...  Undecided

Anyway, Here’s my rig:
 
4 x MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III cards
 
Seasonic 1000W Platinum PSU
 
ASROCK 970 Extreme4 ATX Motherboard
 
1 x PCI-e x1 to x1 powered riser
 
3 x PCI-e x16 to x16 unpowered risers
 
4GB DDR3 RAM
 
120GB 2.5” HDD
 
AMD AM3+ Temash single-core CPU
 
Tubular square steel open chassis
 
Plexiglas baseplate
 
Windows 7 x64 Professional
 
CGMiner, VNC & Afterburner
 
 
 
Mines BTC @ 2.1GH/s pulling 850-900 watts from the wall
 
Total cost: about $1800-$1850

One of these days, (probably after ROI) i'll swap the PSU out for a 1200W unit and add another card. I should have bought a 1200 from the start.









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June 06, 2013, 10:27:59 AM
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Well, I feel underwhelmed as folks here are showing off ASICS...  Undecided

Anyway, Here’s my rig:
 
4 x MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III cards
 
Seasonic 1000W Platinum PSU
 
ASROCK 970 Extreme4 ATX Motherboard
 
1 x PCI-e x1 to x1 powered riser
 
3 x PCI-e x16 to x16 unpowered risers
 
4GB DDR3 RAM
 
120GB 2.5” HDD
 
AMD AM3+ Temash single-core CPU
 
Tubular square steel open chassis
 
Plexiglas baseplate
 
Windows 7 x64 Professional
 
CGMiner, VNC & Afterburner
 
 
 
Mines BTC @ 2.1GH/s pulling 850-900 watts from the wall
 
Total cost: about $1800-$1850

One of these days, (probably after ROI) i'll swap the PSU out for a 1200W unit and add another card. I should have bought a 1200 from the start.

Woow ... Looks almost like a piece of art presented in a museum!
Very beautiful indeed!!  Smiley

   Al the best of luck

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June 06, 2013, 10:33:02 AM
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Well, I feel underwhelmed as folks here are showing off ASICS...  Undecided

Anyway, Here’s my rig:
 
4 x MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III cards
 
Seasonic 1000W Platinum PSU
 
ASROCK 970 Extreme4 ATX Motherboard
 
1 x PCI-e x1 to x1 powered riser
 
3 x PCI-e x16 to x16 unpowered risers
 
4GB DDR3 RAM
 
120GB 2.5” HDD
 
AMD AM3+ Temash single-core CPU
 
Tubular square steel open chassis
 
Plexiglas baseplate
 
Windows 7 x64 Professional
 
CGMiner, VNC & Afterburner
 
 
 
Mines BTC @ 2.1GH/s pulling 850-900 watts from the wall
 
Total cost: about $1800-$1850

One of these days, (probably after ROI) i'll swap the PSU out for a 1200W unit and add another card. I should have bought a 1200 from the start.

Woow ... Looks almost like a piece of art presented in a museum!
Very beautiful indeed!!  Smiley

   Al the best of luck

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Well done man! looks really professional.....did you built the case your self?
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June 06, 2013, 10:41:18 AM
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Well, I feel underwhelmed as folks here are showing off ASICS...  Undecided

Anyway, Here’s my rig:
 
4 x MSI R7950 Twin Frozr III cards
 
Seasonic 1000W Platinum PSU
 
ASROCK 970 Extreme4 ATX Motherboard
 
1 x PCI-e x1 to x1 powered riser
 
3 x PCI-e x16 to x16 unpowered risers
 
4GB DDR3 RAM
 
120GB 2.5” HDD
 
AMD AM3+ Temash single-core CPU
 
Tubular square steel open chassis
 
Plexiglas baseplate
 
Windows 7 x64 Professional
 
CGMiner, VNC & Afterburner
 
 
 
Mines BTC @ 2.1GH/s pulling 850-900 watts from the wall
 
Total cost: about $1800-$1850

One of these days, (probably after ROI) i'll swap the PSU out for a 1200W unit and add another card. I should have bought a 1200 from the start.

Woow ... Looks almost like a piece of art presented in a museum!
Very beautiful indeed!!  Smiley

   Al the best of luck

      one4many

(future) Tour guide: This exhibit shows how pre-historic savage humans used to mine our money. Once upon a time Bitcoins were "mined" by these ancient devices. To put things in perspective, one single nanobot cell in your blood could have mined all the Bitcoins in existence.
Tourist: LOL WUT?

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June 06, 2013, 12:11:15 PM
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Well done man! looks really professional.....did you built the case your self?

Thanks! Yes, I did. I bought 3 meters of 1" square steel tubing with the appropriate corner pieces, cut them to the right length, then assembled.
I built the base out of plexiglas because I had a big scrap piece laying around, and I didn't have enough wood.
After cutting all the pieces, I painted it all with semiflat black spray paint.
I didn't have any motherboard risers, so I made some with screws & some aluminum tubing stock I had leftover from another project.
To get the screws in the plexiglass I drilled a pilot hole for the screw, then before screwing it in; heated it up with a torch. The hot screw melts the plex a little when going in and creates threads.
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June 06, 2013, 04:53:49 PM
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Can't see much, but it's my favorite shot, they look so awesome in the night especially when a share is found and it blinks green  Grin

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June 06, 2013, 07:29:45 PM
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The best passive cooling strategy  Grin free of charge.BTCMining location will be more and more important in the future.

Supporting people with beautiful creative ideas. Bitcoin is because of the developers,exchanges,merchants,miners,investors,users,machines and blockchain technologies work together.
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June 06, 2013, 07:52:30 PM
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The best passive cooling strategy  Grin free of charge.BTCMining location will be more and more important in the future.
Yeah, although I doubt this kind of hardware enjoys humidity, condensation, etc. Not sure they'll live a happy and long life.

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June 06, 2013, 08:05:43 PM
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5.5 GH/s, 36 Watts total. That's my "rig"!

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June 06, 2013, 08:08:57 PM
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5.5 GH/s, 36 Watts total. That's my "rig"!

Just wondering, is your mining wallet on the SD card of the Pi?

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June 06, 2013, 08:11:32 PM
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Just wondering, is your mining wallet on the SD card of the Pi?

Nope! Hint: This is my site: http://bitcoinpaperwallet.com Smiley

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June 06, 2013, 09:53:35 PM
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Just wondering, is your mining wallet on the SD card of the Pi?

Nope! Hint: This is my site: http://bitcoinpaperwallet.com Smiley

Smiley good, this is interesting Smiley
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June 06, 2013, 10:03:41 PM
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I'm giddy as a schoolboy. Just got all my USB Block Erupters set up and hashing. Just had to share this here.

http://i.imgur.com/s0dzfQ3.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/C8vsaG0.png

what GPU you use with this USB Block Erupters. And where can make order for USB Block Erupters ?
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June 06, 2013, 10:08:23 PM
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I'm so jealous of you all, I have never really mined, but I wanted to get into it recently (not to profit big time, because I know that's not really possible anymore) But, just to say I was a Bitcoin miner. Everything is soo expensive now, I normally get outbid and just simply can't afford anything at the prices right now.
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June 06, 2013, 11:56:50 PM
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This is my first "milk crate" rig, tell me if I screwed anything up. lol
Temps are a bit high for my liking, but I have some high CFM 120mm fans on the way that I'm going to mount to the top of the cards for airflow, this should help alot.


That last one is the APU if anyone was wondering.










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June 07, 2013, 12:30:06 AM
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5.5 GH/s, 36 Watts total. That's my "rig"!

All you need now is a small solar panel and battery set-up and you can be mining bitcoins for no operational costs.
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June 07, 2013, 12:34:50 AM
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http://i.imgur.com/N97JZKa.jpg
5.5 GH/s, 36 Watts total. That's my "rig"!

All you need now is a small solar panel and battery set-up and you can be mining bitcoins for no operational costs.

I wonder how long this could run off of just a 12v car battery. Or a bank of LiPos.

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